Adult Basic Education English as a Second Language Online Resources and Learning Tools Tests and Careers Literacy Outreach
Adult Basic Education English as a Second
Online Resources &
Learning Tools
Tests and Careers Literacy Outreach

Tests & Careers

Please click here to see important information about the GED test.

Test Preparation (GED, ASVAB, & many others)

The Library has test preparation for exams such as the GED, SAT, CDL, CCRT, and ASVAB.

The General Education Development Exam (GED) gives students who do not have a diploma from an accredited high school the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma. The Exam, made up of five parts, covers the following subjects: writing skills, social studies, science, literature and arts, and mathematics. More information about the GED can be read at the Technical College System of Georgia.

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a group of eight (8) subtests that measures the test taker's aptitude for various careers in the military. Only four (4) of the eight subtests count toward your Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) score. The AFQT score decides whether or not you can enlist in the Armed Forces. More information is available from The ASVAB Program.

DCPL Programs & Services

All DCPL branches have materials which can help those studying for the GED and TOEFL exams. LearningExpress Library offers online practice tests for the GED, TOEFL, ASVAB, SAT, PRAXIS, and many other tests. LearningExpress Library can be used from any internet computer at any branch, or from outside the library with DeKalb County Public Library card number and PIN.

Other Agencies

Georgia Piedmont Technical College
404.297.9522 ext. 4000
GED classes.

There have been some recent changes to the GED test including the option to take it on the computer. For more information, click here.

Literacy Action
GED classes.


All DCPL branches provide print and audiovisual materials on career guidance, career skills for all ages, interview preparation, cover letters, and resumes. Resumes can be created and typed using Microsoft Word, which is available on all public access computers.

If you would like more information, please call the Literacy Services Office at 404.508.7190, ext. 2240.